viand

[n] - a choice or delicious dish
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Viand

• (n.) An article of food; provisions; food; victuals; -- used chiefly in the plural.
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Viand

Vi'and noun [ French viande meat, food, Late Latin vianda , vivanda , vivenda , properly, things to live on, from Latin vivere to live; akin to vivus living. See Vivid , and confer Victualis .] An article of food; provisions; food; victuals; --...
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viand

an item of food
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viand

viand 1. A collection of food; especially, the food that makes up a meal or a feast. 2. Etymology: 'an article of food' from about 1330,, from Anglo-French viaunde; Old French viande, 'food'; from vivanda, from Late Latin vivenda, 'things for living', in classical Latin, 'be alive'; gerundive form of vivere, 'to live'.
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